Oxidize It™ brand – Interesting Product – Detergent-Less Laundry System

Oxidize It™ brand- We are super excited to have you join the Oxidize It™ family. Our Parent company, FVS INC. is now celebrating 30 years of business. The Oxidize It™ has been, and will continue to go, through advance testing and research to improve the machines inner workings. The Oxidize It™ can be used on all types of washing machines; it does not use hot water.  You do not have to use laundry detergent or laundry fabric softener, which means an average family of four can save up to $677 annually. Which is a great savings to your customers. The Oxidize It™ Detergent-Less Laundry System has a 5-year warranty and has been tested to last over 10 years.

The Oxidize It™ injects ozone into the water creating an oxidant, which opens the fibers softening, releasing soils and killing bacteria 3,000 times faster than bleach.  You may have to use a pre-stain or spot remover on spots or stains prior to washing, just like with regular laundry.

Different Similar Product available via Retail

Our Company does not allow any advertising or pricing online.  The Oxidize It™ is strictly a direct sale item.  You establish your retail price, which puts you in control of the margins you need to run a successful business.   They are looking for retail pathways.


We have included attachments to this email for you. These include information regarding what is unique about the Oxidize It™ and an informational brochure telling you more about the product itself and what it can do. We have also included three science articles one written by Dr. Sheila Baker, one by Owner Darrell Weeter on the use of ozone in laundry, and one by Jenn Beem our marketing analyst on the cost effective way to Disinfect your laundry.

You are more than welcome to check out our website as well <http://www.oxidizeit.com/> .

Note: We are just providing options and information.

Earth’s Magnetic Poles Swapping ??

“The Earth’s magnetic field surrounds our planet like an invisible force field – protecting life from harmful solar radiation by deflecting charged particles away. Far from being constant, this field is continuously changing. Indeed, our planet’s history includes at least several hundred global magnetic reversals, where north and south magnetic poles swap places. So when’s the next one happening and how will it affect life on Earth?

During a reversal the magnetic field won’t be zero, but will assume a weaker and more complex form. It may fall to 10% of the present-day strength and have magnetic poles at the equator or even the simultaneous existence of multiple “north” and “south” magnetic poles.

Geomagnetic reversals occur a few times every million years on average. However, the interval between reversals is very irregular and can range up to tens of millions of years.

There can also be temporary and incomplete reversals, known as events and excursions, in which the magnetic poles move away from the geographic poles – perhaps even crossing the equator – before returning back to their original locations. The last full reversal, the Brunhes-Matuyama, occurred around 780,000 years ago. A temporary reversal, the Laschamp event, occurred around 41,000 years ago. It lasted less than 1,000 years with the actual change of polarity lasting around 250 years.

Power cut or mass extinction?  (Read More)

For the climate group – “The difficulties of predicting the weather beyond a few days are widely known, despite us living within and directly observing the atmosphere. Yet predicting the Earth’s core is a far more difficult prospect, principally because it is buried beneath 3,000km of rock such that our observations are scant and indirect”

Training Profile – “Tracking Carbon“?


Air Quality Awareness Week
May 3rd thru May 7th, 2010

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Weather Service urge Americans to “Be Air Aware” during Air Quality Awareness Week, May 3-7, 2010

Join the EPA and NOAA next week as they examine the following topics:

* Monday: Ozone and particle pollution
* Tuesday: What causes poor air quality?
* Wednesday: Keeping your lungs and heart safe
* Thursday: What are air quality forecasts.
* Friday: What can you do to help make the air cleaner?

To find out more visit: Air Quality Awareness Week